Tatiana Craine is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor, and photographer from Minneapolis. Her work has also appeared in City Pages, LA Weekly, and Inverse among other publications. In 2014, she won a Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists Page One Award for her feature on writer Neil Gaiman.
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20 days ago | Film and TV
New HBO documentary Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends) revisits the night gunmen opened fire during a concert at the Bataclan in Paris — and, later, shifts its focus to the band's eventual return to the City of Light. In his second docu...
23 days ago
1 month ago | Film and TV
The winter TV season takes viewers to 18th-century Canada, 19th-century England, Jazz Age New York, and a little place called Oz. Z: The Beginning of Everything Premieres Friday, January 27, streaming, Amazon Capturing the reality behind the ...
2 months ago | Film and TV
Set exactly one year after the 2016 presidential election, Aram Rappaport's thriller The Crash shows the U.S. on the brink of a Wall Street cyber attack. Now it's up to a corporate swindler to save the day with his crack team of hackers so he can ...
2 months ago | Culture
In college, I had a sculpture professor who swore I'd be an "international superstar." My initial attempts at crafting a realistic bust of my project partner had come out looking more like a Nick Park creation than the Venus de Milo, leaving me to...